Guyana Cancer Foundation will be hosting a luncheon in collaboration with National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation on the 6th June, 2021 in honour of National Cancer Survivors Day for members of our Cancer Survivor’s Club.
For more information Please call Bibi Saeedah Akhtar Hassan 6182085.
This event is by invitation only.
ABOUT BREAST CANCER 2020
Enhance your knowledge base, and update your skills by broadening your horizons at Breast Cancer 2020!
Breast Cancer 2020 takes a lot of privilege to welcome all the scholars and researchers from all around the world to expatiate about their respective scientific research at “Breast Cancer Conference” which is CPD accredited. An opportunity to experience this grand colloquium along with the most alluring city Dubai, UAE on March 18-19, 2020
Theme: Prognosis and Diagnosis of Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer 2020 is a global event focusing on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer by attracting experts on a worldwide scale. It is an international platform to discuss and learn about breast cancer and related topics. It will be a brilliant opportunity to meet prominent personalities and to learn the most recent technological progressions.
Why Attend Breast Cancer Conference?
Breast Cancer 2020 aims to bring the leading academic scientists, researchers, and scholars together to exchange and share their knowledge around all aspects of Breast Cancer. It moreover gives the best interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the foremost recent advancements, trends, and concerns, practical challenges experienced, and the solutions adopted in the related field.
Breast cancer 2020 is CPD accredited.
Continuing Professional Development keeps you up to date on current and emerging developments.
Breast Cancer 2020 Highlights:
100+ Participation (50% Industry: 50% Academia)
20+ Innovative Educational Sessions
5+ Keynote Speakers
20+ Plenary Speakers
4+ Workshops and Special Sessions
5+ Poster Presentations
5+ Young Researchers Forum
WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) says more than 56,000 women in Latin America and the Caribbean are diagnosed with cervical cancer and more than 28,000 die annually.
PAHO said it is striving to accelerate prevention and control efforts to create a future without cervical cancer, which is the third most common cancer among women in Latin America and the Caribbean, but one that can be prevented.
“It is unacceptable that women today die from a disease that can largely be prevented,”said Silvana Luciani, chief of PAHO’s Non communicable Diseases Unit, ahead of World Cancer Day, on February 4.
It said that high number of cancer patients in Latin America and the Caribbean, increases to 72,000 diagnoses and 34,000 deaths when the United States and Canada are included. However, lifesaving prevention and treatment tools do exist. More in the link below
Guyana Cancer Foundation invite you to our 3rd World Cancer Day Celebration in partnership with Union For International Cancer Control, Geneva, Switzerland on Monday 4th February, 2019 from 11.30 am
– 5.30 pm at Lot 9 Third Ave & Sheriff St Subryanville. Some of the services offered are: Free Clinical Breast Examination, Blood Pressure and Glucose Testing, Free on Spot Counseling, Free Distribution of Male & Female Condoms and much more.. World Cancer Day empowers all of us to show support, raise our collective voice, take personal action and press our governments to do more. 2019 marks the launch of the 3 year “I AM and I WILL” campaign. “I AM and I WILL empowering campaign. World Cancer Day is a campaign built to resonate, inspire change and mobilise action long after the day has passed.
GCF has been invited to attend the 6th World Congress on Human Genetics and Genetic Diseases in Abu Dhabi.
Human Genetics Meet 2019 invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 6th World Congress on Human Genetics and Genetic Diseases during April 08-09, 2019 | Abu Dhabi, UAE which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.
Guyana Cancer Foundation invite you to our first Church Service in honour of Cervical Cancer Awareness Month on Sunday 20th January, 2019 at World Vision New Testament Church of God, Lot 79 David Kitty, at 9. 30 am Georgetown. Please call Tel # 618-2085 or Nurse Audrey Morris Tel# 655-4467 for more information
An epic celebration event at the district ultra lounge on 22nd of June.
Special music mixed by DJ Ryan, DJ Country Boy, DJ Anesah.
Tickets cost $2000 more at the door. Ladies free entry before 9:00 PM.
20% of all proceeds go to The Guyana Cancer Foundation and another 20% goes to the Hararuni girls home.Read More...
The Guyana Cancer Foundation in collaboration with A+ Computer Training Center presents health fair. June is designated as national cancer survivors month.
There will be:
Date: 23rd June 2018
Time: 11:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Venue: ACTC 25 New Road, Vreed-en-Hoop, W.C.D.
Contact: 254-0426 | 621-4252 | 618-2085
IT was not the cosplay, though that was quite a sight this weekend, and it wasn’t the vast video gaming room either that made the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph company’s Innovate conference special.
Was it, then, the quality of the workshops? Or perhaps the broad and entertaining advertising effort?
No, it was the looks on the faces of young people as they rushed excitedly to and fro in the Marriott Hotel’s conference facilities. Last weekend there was a palpable charge in the air, an energy that we do not often see on Guyana’s streets. It was good to see young people in their element, exploring possibilities in the technology industry.
This innovate conference was billed as the first of its kind and the largest such event in Guyana thus far, and for the most part the conference lived up to its billing. There was a wide range of workshops on important topics in the technology industry, from finding your niche to large-scale projects in the works.
Guyanese youth need more conferences such as these, perhaps hosted by many companies as well, or in combination with those who have some presence in the technology industry. This is because these conferences not only help build Guyana’s technology industry, they add an element of unbridled hope and enthusiasm each youth deserves to taste — if only for a moment.
These are some images from the event